Neurodiversity - Two brave guests sharing their personal stories
Neuro Diversity - Two courageous guests sharing their personal stories about their discovery at a later age of autism and Tourette syndrome. Their search since then and how the neurodiversity community is helping them.
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Does your team have boring retrospectives? Do you learn from these meetings or do they drain energy? A good retrospective is a powerful tool for your team. In this podcast episode, you learn more about how to get your retrospective fun, fast and fruitful.
How interaction resulted in a guest appearance
“We like interactions and feedback”, that’s what we say in our outro. The guest of our show reacted to one of our podcasts earlier this year. We reached out to him and invited him to the podcast.
From how it was born to what it is now in 45 minutes
One of the things that make us really proud about working in Tech at bol. com is our annual Space Summit. Our internal tech conference by developers for developers.
In the bol. com Tech Community, we get quite some questions on how we build a great engineering culture. Mid-March 2021 the hosts of our podcast joined the Hackages podcast which was live recorded with almost 100 attendees.
Peter is very honest in this episode (the stage is not the place he is really comfortable at) and Peter Paul is sharing his first experience with Improv (is it a small trauma Peter Paul?).
So time to talk about...
No rhythm like algorithms. We have been talking in the podcast about programming contest before. For example, about our own Spaces Championship and Advent of code, which also takes place at the end of the year.
"This is how we do IT", is the slogan of our Techlab site and podcast. Every now and then we reach out to external guests to learn from them and exchange ideas. We are really happy to have this external guest in our show to talk about "Let's get ethical".
I, Asparuh Hristov, a Data Science Craft Lead at bol. com, believe that my working experience actually helps my other huge passion: Climbing. Sure, my work leaves a limited amount of time for actual climbing, but at the same time improved the quality of this time spent practicing my hobby tremendously.